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this with steve haze, the fact that officials thought the mother may is worked at the school and that was the connection. now they say that is not the case. we still don't really know, do we, the connection between adam lanza and this school, do we? >>guest: it is still a mystery. the early information she was possibly a teacher or substitute teacher was false. articles now suggest she volunteered as a teacher's aide. unproven and unconfirmed. we know from her sister in law she had some conflicts with the school district mostly over the education and treatment of adam but why that school was chosen and why those kids were killed still a mystery. >>bret: thank you, mike tobin, following the investigation of the tragedy in newtown. as we look again live in newtown, getting ready for the rare service and president obama meeting with the victims' families in classrooms in the very high school. we will head back this for more. the president set to deliver remarks on behalf of the grieving nation minutes from now. initiated. neural speeds increasing to 4g lte. brain upgrading to a
material? >> i will prove to you i watch the factor. i think you have been bullying to steve doocy lately. i think he brings out something from you from teenaged years as bullying. >> i see steve as part of the decline of america. >> this whole thing with obama saying the rich don't pay their taxes is (bleep). i voted for the guy and i am a democrat. what a (bleep). the rich don't pay their taxes let me tell you something. first united states of america you can do anything you want. go for it. so then you go for it and you make it and they are like (bleep) you. >> i think people feel the way you do and it's frustrating but you were kind of disrespectful when you call barack obama a blankityy blank. do you feel bad about that? >> no, because you have to put that in context. i am in my own comedy club i am doing a pod cast there the nature of pod casts you are open and honest. that's the nature of comedy club. there's no language restrictions. you basically say how you feel. i wouldn't say that now. it is different in a club. i do stand up you make fun of everybody. you can't say in a clon
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that we'll see something come of this. >> bret: it may also be a watershed moment, steve, on the mental illness side of the coin. we haven't talked a lot about that as a nation. but some people today are talking about that a lot more than they ever have. >> well, if we do have that kind of broad commission take a look at this and say, look, normally i'm skeptical of these kinds of commissions coming out of washington, they're an excuse not to get something done rather than to have a serious conversation about important issues, but i think in this case we could have that kind of conversation potentially, through a commission, but it would have to include those kinds of issues, i mean, we've seen as we've discussed a little bit earlier, again and again and again, signs and warnings repeatedly again and again, people, parents who have cried out and said that they want assistance, that they want help and unable to get it. that has to be part of this discussion, particularly if we learn more about adam lanza and the problems that he may have had. >> charles? >> i think if you put lieberman a
as consumers realize there are no more magic products coming from apple after the death of steve jobs. >> chris: and kirsten? >> the economy is going to continue to turn around. not going to be a boon but it will continue to grow some what slowly in the first half of the year and start to pick up and housing a key part of that. >> chris: do you think congress and the continued perils of falling cliffs is that going to hurt the economy? >> it would be much more helpful if there was more certainty and the stock market wasn't constantly fluctuating over wondering what our congress going to do. >> chris: finally and this is an area a where we all have strong opinions if not not much that could be said about the first three categories. sports. bill? i know what you will say. you you could still revise this. >> looking forward to the redskins cowboys game tonight. are you going? >> chris: yes. >> you are bigger redskins fan than i am. i love rg 3 but being kind of the pessimist i am i expect them to dash my hopes and lose cowboys tonight and after the fantastic run the redskins will fall short of the
products coming from apple after the death of steve jobs. >> chris: and kirsten? >> the economy will continue to turn around and not a boon but will slow, slowing the first half of the year and pick up and housing will be a key part of that. >> chris: do you think congress and these continued perils of pauline cliffs, is that going to hurt the economy? >> it will not help it. it will grow in spite of it. but, it will be much more helpful, more certain and the stock market isn't constantly fluctuating, over what congress is going to do. >> chris: finally, an area where we have strong opinions, if not much knowledge, sports. bill? >> i -- >> you could still revise this. i know what you will say. >> i'm looking forward to the game tonight, are you going? >> chris: you are a bigger redskins fan -- >> i'm rooting for them and i being the pessimist i am, i expect them to dash my hopes, and, lose to the cowboys, tonight, and, after the fantastic run they've had, they'll fall short of the playoff. >> chris: dangerous, because, usually, predictions you have like 6 months, everybody forge
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